ain’t no such thing by Walter Bjorkman

No such thing a home when you are an afterthought the runt the grunt the stepson the one lost in the crowd because you do what you do and you never draw attention to yourself because the few times you did you were quickly smacked down into your place homes mean nothing they are just a place where you are supposed to stay to keep out of the storm and where you are supposed to do the things necessary to survive which put you in a vulnerable position to predators like cooking eating sleeping and taking a crap in safety but the predators live in that same space and shit eat and fuck while caging you into a corner then that ain’t a home no one does those things even if they say you are in a loving home the fuckers turn on you in a second if it means them losing anything michelle would poison barack’s soup if it came down to her or him it is total bullshit when anyone says they will die for anyone else we just hear people say it and they die running to save their own goddamn asses and we dress it up and make it that way after the fact because we can’t bear to face the truth so don’t give me this home sweet home because there ain’t no such thing

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3 responses to “ain’t no such thing by Walter Bjorkman

  1. Walter! Hilarious but sad, and I really hope not true or at least not all true. I love the pace and voice — grains and grit all the way through. Not one to forget.

  2. Lou

    Heartbreaking and real, Walter. I love everything you’re doing these days.

  3. Pingback: Week #50 – Home sweet home | 52|250 A Year of Flash

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